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“It’s everything I hate about [Egyptian] society condensed in an app.” She asked Vocativ not to use her name because she “manage[s] a lot of young boys at work.” Still, after first trying out Tinder in Canada, she’s continued to use it in Cairo on-again off-again to expand her dating circle, with some successful romances along the way. “But in Egypt it’s used for many things.” Traditionally in Egypt sexual relations outside of marriage are taboo — in fact, any dating that happens is generally short and geared towards getting engaged.
Sexual health education, meanwhile, is practically non-existent, and nearly all Egyptian women have experienced sexual harassment.
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"It baffles me how easily people are willing to share such personal information in a country like Egypt. "I would advise anyone to be careful when dating online." While homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt, authorities have continued to arrest members of the LGBT community under a "debauchery law".
Activists have claimed the vague guidelines set out in the law allow police to arrest and secure convictions of LGBT people.
Kotb, who is also a Professor of Psychology at American University of Cairo, is rare in Egypt for her TV show that openly answers viewers questions on sex, including her views that homosexuality and masturbation are wrong.
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These days, we know that Egyptian dating doesn’t just take place in Egypt.
Officers have allegedly utilised the gay dating app to pinpoint the location of people suspected of being LGBT.
According to an unnamed source from the Egyptian LGBT community, police have used the app to get within a "few hundred metres" of their targets, according to the : "It is possible to tell a user's position within a few hundred metres, and many users include personal pictures, making them easily identifiable to cops.